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Restore Your Beautiful Smile with Dental Implants in Liverpool

Dental implants are a safe, painless and very popular way of restoring your smile to perfection. They are the name given to false teeth and the small titanium metal rod which is slotted into your jawbone to support them like a root. Implants act as a replacement for teeth that may have fallen out or could be ruining your smile due to damage or decay. For dental implants in Liverpool, Saving Faces is a name you can trust.

The procedure is simple and only requires a small operation to fit the implant before the dentures are installed 12 to 15 weeks later. It can be easily performed by the professional team at our luxurious Merseyside practice. To ensure our patients’ comfort, the dental implant surgery is performed under local anaesthesia. Our team will help you get a long-lasting, natural and exceptionally beautiful smile that you can be proud of.

What is a Dental Implant?

Dental implants are a permanent replacement for lost teeth. In cases where damage requires the extraction of teeth, implants can fill in the gap. Appearance-wise, implants look like natural teeth. The main difference is that they are immune from cavities and other problems that plague natural teeth. For a complete, great-looking set of teeth, having a dental implant is an effective option.

The Implant Process

Three main steps comprise the installation of dental implants. The first one is the extraction of the problem tooth and preparing the gums. Next is the installation of the titanium screw that replaces the natural root. This metal “root” will be firmly in place and act as the anchor for the implant. Last but not the least, an implant moulded to match your teeth is attached to the screw.

Dental Implants in Liverpool –The Cost

Saving Faces offers dental implants in Liverpool at very competitive prices. Walk into our practice and feel the welcome of our experienced staff. Despite the premium service we extend to each patient, we keep our prices fair. With us, excellent dental procedures in a high-end dental clinic are more attainable.

We have fitted dental implants

to over 1000 satisfied clients

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Before and After Dental Implants

This extraordinary makeover was achieved by treatment of gum disease. We added new porcelain teeth to the front and sides and BICON dental implants were used to replace the missing back teeth. He was thrilled with the result.

Restoring a Smile with dental implants

Great smile makeover using implants, crown and veneers.

BICON Implants

This lady had her remaining teeth removed and replaced with BICON dental implants in the upper jaw and mini dental implants on the lower jaw. Her teeth are now stable and good looking. She can now eat anything with confidence. Everyone says how much younger she looks. A wonderful result.

Using Implants to correct teeth

This extraordinary natural result was achieved by placing three individual BICON implants and crowns. No drilling of natural teeth. She can throw her dentures away!

Implant Options

At Saving Faces we use a number of different implant systems, which can be tailored to individual needs.

  • Bicon
  • Straumann
  • Imtec
  • Implant Direct

Dental Crowns by Dr. Hussain

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Dental Implant FAQs

  • Is it safe to have dental implants?
    Yes. It is one of the safest and most predictable procedures a dentist can perform. Fitting dental implants has been a common procedure for more than 30 years.
  • How long with the implants last?
    Dental implants are like any other tooth; how long they last very much depends on how well you look after them. If they are properly taken care of, dental implants will last for many years. However, if they are not, you could begin to suffer from soreness, discomfort or even gum disease.
  • I have some of my own teeth. Can I have implants?
    Yes. We are able to replace everything from a single tooth to a complete set of teeth.
  • Do implants hurt?
    You will not feel any pain during the procedure as it is usually done using a local aesthetic. Like any extraction, there may be a small level of discomfort following the surgery. This will usually subside after a week at maximum though.
  • How long does the treatment take?
    Sometimes, we are able to provide 'immediate implants' which allows you to fit the dentures and implants at the same time. Your dentist will be able to inform you about whether you are suitable for this procedure or not. Otherwise, because it takes a little while for the bone in your jaw to fuse with the implants, the permanent dentures are usually fitted between 3 and 4 months.
  • What about aftercare?
    Your dentist will instruct you on the best ways to look after your implants once they have been fitted. In instances where patients are having one, two or three teeth fitted, temporary dentures may be provided until the permanent ones can be placed.
  • Are the implanted teeth difficult to clean?
    No. Cleaning your teeth is done in almost exactly the same way. However, there may be areas requiring attention that are a little tough to reach. Your dentist will be able to provide you with advice about how to make sure they are properly cleaned.
  • If I had gum disease when I had my own teeth, will I get it with the implants?
    Gum disease will affect your implants in the same way it affects your teeth. Make sure they are looked after carefully and have them regularly checked to avoid damage.
  • Can I take the teeth out if they are fixed to implants?
    No. Teeth can only be removed by a dentist once they have been fitted. The only exception are removable dentures which can be easily taken out for cleaning.
  • Are the implants visible?
    No. They are designed to look like natural teeth and show no signs of falsehood.
  • What happens if the implant does not fuse with the bone?
    There are very rare instances in which an implant does not fuse with the bone in your jaw. This does not mean you are incapable of having dental implants. The implant can simply be removed from your mouth, and once your jaw has healed another can be slotted in. Furthermore, if this is an isolated incident and you have other implants that have 'taken', our dentist may be able to make a bridge that fits the dentures to the implants that have fused.
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